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I Most Heartily thank You for Your Affectionate Letter of Last october which I Have received only...
On My Arrival at this Beloved place it Was My intention to Hasten to quincey and Embrace You...
I am much obliged to You for the Very Agreable Acquaintance of Mr Theodore Lyman; to Him I Will...
I Have Been Very Happy to See You, and altho’ I Regretted The Shortness of My Visit, and the...
Receive the Most Cordial Congratulations from an old friend of the father and the Son, who on...
I Most affectionately partake in the Gratification You are going to derive from the Arrival of Mr...
On this Sad time of My departure I find a Consolation, My dear Miss Hellen, in Expressing the...
On my Long wished Return to my farm and to a family Circle, it becomes a firm object for me to...
Here I am Arrived in the fond Expectation to See of Sunday morning, But find myself once more...
Your last letter, my dear Excellent friend, is dated the 26 th I Had been long deprived of your...
The kind invitation from the citizens of Charlottesville is on Every account gratifying to my...
General Pepe’s character is so well known to you that it is only as His friend that I claim the...
It is a very long while since my eyes were gratified with a sight of Your Handwriting: I know...
My dear Excellent friend I every day Lament the distance that separates me from You: it seems...
Permis me to offer you, in the name of young and very distinguished friend M. Thierry, an...
M r Connel who is Returning to the United States is pleased to take Charge of some Books which...
In my letter By mr Gallatin I announce to you, my dear friend, two Books of which I now inclose....
I Was a few days Ago in paris when M r G. Ticknor Left a Card and a Letter from You which I...
The Happy days I Have past at Monticello Are over; But they Have Left on My Heart an impression...
Your kind Letter may 14 h By m r Lyman is the Last I Have Received. I know You Had Rather Ride...
Here I am on My Visiting progress, delighted With the improvemens I Every Where Witness, and...
Your Letter Has found me at Richmond where I Came in obedience to a kind invitation from the...
I am on my way to Norfolk from thence to proceed to Raleigh, Fayetteville, to South Carolina,...
While You Are Enjoying the peice of private Life I am Sure You Will Not be disturbed By the...
Altho I Have Not Since My Return to france Received any direct letter from Monticello, I Have the...
This Letter will Be delivered By M. de Syon a Good Young French man who was acquainted with us in...
My dear Excellent friend, Here I am, on American ground, Welcomed in a Manner that Exceeds the...
I Have not Had for a Long time the pleasure to Hear from You, and Beg You not to Leave me in this...
“From Monticello we went to Montpelier, the charming residence of the ex-president Madison; there...